ARTIST PROFILE

Ádám Dóra

  • Hungary (b. 1993 in Vác)
  • Currently in Budapest, Hungary.
New Dialogue_2020_06_20

New Dialogue_2020_06_20

  • 2020
  • Oil, Acrylic on Canvas

  • D c3 b3ra 20 c3 81d c3 a1m new 20dialogue 2020 06 20 olaj  20akril  20v c3 a1szon  20130x110 20cm
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  • D c3 b3ra 20 c3 81d c3 a1m new 20dialogue 2020 06 20 olaj  20akril  20v c3 a1szon  20130x110 20cm 20(8)
  • D c3 b3ra 20 c3 81d c3 a1m new 20dialogue 2020 06 20 olaj  20akril  20v c3 a1szon  20130x110 20cm 20(3)
  • D c3 b3ra 20 c3 81d c3 a1m new 20dialogue 2020 06 20 olaj  20akril  20v c3 a1szon  20130x110 20cm 20(9)
  • D c3 b3ra 20 c3 81d c3 a1m new 20dialogue 2020 06 20 olaj  20akril  20v c3 a1szon  20130x110 20cm 20(10)
  • New Dialogue_2020_04_28 - thumbnail New Dialogue_2020_04_11 - thumbnail Smokey - thumbnail New Dialogue_2020_06_20 - thumbnail Natura architektura XVIII. - thumbnail Natura architektura XX. - thumbnail Villa Arson / Corner - thumbnail Natura architektura XI. - thumbnail No title - thumbnail Natura Architektura XVI. - thumbnail Natura architektura XII. - thumbnail Natura architektura VIII. - thumbnail Natura architektura IX. - thumbnail Foggy painting - thumbnail Natura architektura X. - thumbnail Three walls - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail No title - thumbnail Concrete montage - thumbnail Concrete Masking - thumbnail Natura architektura VII. - thumbnail Natura architektura VI. - thumbnail Natura Architektura (small series) - thumbnail Conversation of three elements - thumbnail

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    Natura Architektura | 2018 - 2020

This series examines the relationship between architectural and natural structures. The geometrically constructed environments create a strong contrast with the proliferation of plants and the translucency of the clouds. The illuminated and obscured surfaces form rudimentary and playful oppositions within the painting.